VBA Code: Detect Cursor State

VBA: Detect Cursor Icon

I am trying to detect if the cursor is displaying busy/hourglass from VBA (6.5). The project automates Internet Explorer from Excel and sometimes the website will be busy, but Excel and Internet Explorer will not be. Does anyone know of an API to detect if the mouse is busy?

I keep trying: Declare Function GetCursor Lib "user32.dll" () As Long

It comes with 65541 no matter what cursor is displayed. Im running Vista, Office 07, & IE8&
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tony_angelopoulosCommented:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms648379(VS.85).aspx

I think you are close, but you might end up having to look at the GetIconInfo function (from the page above) and if it's any of the possible icons that are busy (wheel, hourglass, etc) then you would know.  The link should start you down the right track.
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